Grand Cayman Nightlife

  • The Barefoot Man
    The Barefoot Man
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  • We were tearing up the dance floor at the Palm
    We were tearing up the dance floor at...
    by laura4n8

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    Royal Palm: A young but fun crowd

    by laura4n8 Written Apr 30, 2004

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    We were tearing up the dance floor at the Palm

    The Royal Palm had live music, good drinks (so I heard) and a dance floor. What I like best about it was that it was all outside. I will note that the crowd seemed young while I was there -- a lot of high school and college spring breakers -- but it made for great people watching and dancing.

    One night the live music was Reggae and other night it was Latin and both bands were very upbeat.

    Dress Code: From jeans to Prada.

    Related to:
    • School Holidays

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    The Reef Resort: The Barefoot Man performs

    by catalysta Written May 23, 2006

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    The Barefoot Man

    If you enjoy Jimmy Buffet, then you are bound to like Grand Cayman's locally famous Barefoot Man, George Nowak. Come hear him perform at the Reef Resort Restaurant on Tuesday & Thursday evenings for an evening of fun, laughter, dancing, dining, & totally enjoyable music.

    Best to make reservations though, he's a popular guy - oh, and there's no cover charge, but there is a prix fixe menu for dinner.

    Dress Code: Definitely no beach attire allowed, but nicely casual island wear is appropriate.

    Related to:
    • Beaches
    • Music

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    Royal Palm: A young but fun crowd

    by laura4n8 Written Apr 30, 2004

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    The Royal Palm had live music, good drinks (so I heard) and a dance floor. What I like best about it was that it was all outside. I will note that the crowd seemed young while I was there -- a lot of high school and college spring breakers -- but it made for great people watching and dancing.

    One night the live music was Reggae and other night it was Latin and both bands were very upbeat.

    Dress Code: From jeans to Prada.

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    See below: Nightlife in Grand Cayman

    by AliasGirl Updated Sep 24, 2004

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    Usually these places are all about "fun in the sun", which can make you very tired. Pretty much mustering up the energy to shower and change for dinner is considered nightlife. Dinners can last a few hours if you end up going to the beach bar attached to the restaurant for a nightcap and some live music.

    Most of the restaraunts we went to had live music so we usually lingered after dinner for awhile either at our table or at the bar.

    Some of those are:
    Reef Grill
    The Wharf
    Lone Star Bar & Grill

    Other places that had food/live music entertainment:
    Deckers (went to this place for drinks & music)
    Tree House Beach Bar
    Bed
    DJ's
    Mezza
    Kaibo Bar & Grill

    We did see one true nightclub:
    The Next Level

    Dress Code: Island Wear - cool and funky dresses for the ladies and short sleeve shirts or polos wirh pants/jeans or shorts

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